I am looking into the different possibilities, platforms and software tools to turn data into meaningful sound representations.
To start it of, I want to build some typical proof of concept layouts: turning the graph of the temperatur in a climate chart into a tone that changes pitch – the hotter it was, the higher the pitch etc.
What I am looking for, is a Patch / Tool / PlugIn that can import data (.csv / copy paste) and map it to audio parameters like pitch (MIDI data) or pan, volume, filters (automation data – XML for example?).
So can anybody recommend anything? I am sure there must be patches around already!
And what platform would you recommend? (Max / Max4Live / PureData)?
Tips, Tricks and Tutorials are also welcome of course!
Thanks in advance!
Csound has been used for sonification research.
SuperCollider also, but this is a MAX/MSP forum, so….
from One page of a simple google search… hmmm…
I am bored, obviously, to be doing the search for you, ;-)….
There is an example in the max tutorials using a temperature graph…
mapping … [coll] or [table] … or an audio [buffer~] … and i would use just a simple .txt format for saving and reimporting.
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